Matching articles for Schools & School Districts: 22
Web Exclusive - September 2016
When the University of Cincinnati replaced its synthetic turf surface, it led to an unexpected playing surface upgrade at a Southwest Missouri high school.
Feature Article - June 2016
More than 2,100 professionals responded to our call for information about their facilities, operations, programming, staffing and more. Here, we summarize their responses.
In many locations, schools and school districts are struggling to make ends meet, even as the rest of the economy has sputtered back to normal. This section takes a look at trends in the schools.
Web Exclusive - May 2016
Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn, N.Y., recently completed construction on The Novogratz Center for Athletics, a new 27,900-square-foot facility that was designed to flexibly accommodate the school's growing athletics program.
Feature Article - June 2015
More than 2,300 professionals responded to our call for information about their facilities, operations, programming, staffing and more. . Here, we summarize their responses.
Schools and school districts continue to fight their way back from the economic downturn. Learn more about the trends affecting school facilities.
Feature Article - June 2014
Web Exclusive - January 2014
A mounting pile of research shows that kids do better in school—and in life—when they have access to free play during the school day. So, how many schools have tipped the scales to add recess back to the school day?
When its sports fields' audio system failed on homecoming day, one school knew it was time for something different.
Before You Go - November 2013
ING U.S., a retirement, investment and insurance company, announced in September that it awarded 59 schools from 26 states across the United States with up to $2,500 grants to help students combat childhood obesity by getting them more active through school-based running programs.